The Republic Bank sign at 3608 Walden Drive in Lexington displayed a reading of 7 degrees below zero on Jan. 7. The temperature went below zero in much of Kentucky when a polar vortex moved through the state. A new study suggests that as the world gets warmer, parts of North America, Europe and Asia could see more frequent and stronger visits of that cold air.
The Republic Bank sign at 3608 Walden Drive in Lexington displayed a reading of 7 degrees below zero on Jan. 7. The temperature went below zero in much of Kentucky when a polar vortex moved through the state. A new study suggests that as the world gets warmer, parts of North America, Europe and Asia could see more frequent and stronger visits of that cold air. Herald-Leader
The Republic Bank sign at 3608 Walden Drive in Lexington displayed a reading of 7 degrees below zero on Jan. 7. The temperature went below zero in much of Kentucky when a polar vortex moved through the state. A new study suggests that as the world gets warmer, parts of North America, Europe and Asia could see more frequent and stronger visits of that cold air. Herald-Leader

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